Building and codifying the capabilities of directorates for supervisors and administrators of scout units participating in the Talent Camp in Iraq
The curriculum, defined as a series of experiences designed to achieve specific goals, is regarded as the fundamental tool of the educational process. Scouting is divided into four stages: cubs, scouts, advanced scouts, and roving scouts. The scout curriculum includes the fundamental rules upon which the scouting movement was founded. Religious, social, national, health, artistic, and scouting education are the most important. Scout camps are enjoyable for school preparation and are appropriate for some changes. It is possible to avoid it in the official school curriculum and achieve high-level results during their participation, so these directorates must provide the necessary capabilities for this stage. So the researcher perseveres to find out what are the possibilities that must be available for the success of scouting camps? As a result, has been chosen (73) admin to study from the participating teams in the talented camp, 24 supervisors and administrators were chosen as the main application sample to the researcher's prepared measure of capabilities. After collecting the data and processing it statistically using the statistical bag (SPSS).
Jawad, Oday Yaseen; Hussein, Maysalun Zuhair; and Abdullah, Haidar Mahmoud
"Building and codifying the capabilities of directorates for supervisors and administrators of scout units participating in the Talent Camp in Iraq,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 91.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1155
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